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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1889)
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
W. T. Shurtleff.
J. I. Knight.
J. I. KNIGHT 4 CO q
M c M innville , O regon , F riday ,
april 19, i889.
THE NEW LAND LAW.
Will. S. Ladd.
A correspondent of the East Ore- Homestead Rights Reserved-
1 All the Great Improvements In
genian has the following interesting
vented by Americans.
Leave of Absence Provided
description of Mr. XV. S. Ladd.
The world moves so fast and im-
or witnesses from making such i
proof on the day specified.
S f . c . 8. That nothing in that act
shall be construed as suspending,
repealing, or in any way rendering ’
inoperative the provisions of the
act entitled, “an act to provide for
the disposal of abandoned and use
less military reservations,” appiov? ,
ed July 5, 1884.
Approved March 4. 1889.
VOL. I. NO. 11.
It is a peculiar faculty of the
human memory to misquote pro-
verbs and poetry, and almost in-
variably place the credit where it
does not belong.
Nine men out of ten say that
"The Lord tempers the wind to the
shorn lamb” is from the Bible,
whereas Lawrence Stern is the au
thor. “Pouring oil upon the troubled
waters” is also ascribed to the sa
cred volume, whereas it is not
there; in fact, no one knows its
Again, we hear people sav: “The
proof of the pudding is in chewing
the string.” This is arrant non
sense, and the proverb says: “The
proof of the pudding is in the eating
thereof and not in chewing the
Nothing is more common than to
Emin Pasha is an Austrian by
birth. He was educated as a physi
cian and was one of Midhat’s ad
visers at Constantinople. When
the prime minister was dismissed
on the eve of the outbreak of the
last Russo-Turkish war. Emin took
refuge in Asia, and finally made
his way, by way of Suakim, with a
caravan, to Khartoum, where he
arrived in very reduced circum
stances. General Gordon made
him a storekeeper, and he served
some time at Lado. After 1877 he
became surgeon-in-chief on Gor
don’s staff, serving about four years.
He kept himself busy all this time
attending to his routine duties, ac
cumulating scientific collections,
writing elaborate papers for Euro
pean societies and undertaking del
icate missions to Uganda and Un-
yoro. He is an expert linguist,
Turkish, Arabic, German, French.
Italian and English being familiar
to him, as well as many of the
African dialects. When Gordon
became governor-general of the Sou
dan he sent Emin to rule over the
Equatorial provinces. In three
years’ time he drove out the slave-
traders from a populous region and
converted a deficiency of revenue
into a surplus. He conducted the
government on the lines marked
out by General Gordon, and was
equally modest, disinterested and
When the Madhi rebellion broke
out a govornor-general of another
stamp was at Khartoum. Emin's
warning from the remote south
fiassed unheeded and dssaslers fol-
owed, ending in Gordon’s hath.
Emin remained at his jk £^- jic -
glected and almost forgotten,
continuous narrative of Emin’s
hardships and adventures in all
these three years in the Equatorial
provinces has been received in
any quarter. It is known that he
had 4000 troops at the outset; that
he organized auxilliary forces of
native soldiers, that he was con
stantly engaged in warfare with
surrounding trilies; that his am
munition and me ley ran low. and
that in the face of many difficulties
he maintained his position and
governed the country well. The
last European who visited him l>e-
fore Stanley’s arrival last year was
Dr. Junker, who parted from him
at Wadelai on January 1, 1886.
Since then communications from
him have been irregular, the last
tidings have been brought to Cairo
by Mohammed Beravi, who rejsirt-
ed the victory of Emin over the der
Speaking of Ladd, reminds me
I proveniente follow one another in of passing that gentleman s resi
An act to withdraw certain pub
I such rapid succession that the work dence the other evening just as the
I of original designers is often lost old man was entering. His car lic lands from private entry, and
I amid a maze of modifications, and riage halted in the rear of hisi resi other purposes.
Be it enacted, etc. S ection 1.
I the imitator becomes famed above dence. A body servant, who sits
I the artist. If we turn to modern beside the driver, alighted, assiste That from and after the passage of
this act no public lands of the
I war machinery we shall find apt
Around In 30 Days.
LOAN BROKERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC AND SEARCHERS of RECORD. illustrations of this, and in most of his charge to the ground and United States, except those in the
placed a pair of crutches under his state of Missouri, shall be subject
I the effective material in the great arms. Stowly the old cripple drag
By the birth of another century
I European armaments behold the ged himself around to the front to private entry.
may be confidently predicted
S ec . 2. That any person who
I cunning fashioning of the Yankee steps of his mansion. Every move
that five-sixths of the world will be
I inventor. Admiral Porter has told seemed to cause him pain. His
almost girdled with a continuous
I us that the guns of Hampton Roads face gave unmistakable signs of a tract of land of which he has railroad the sole break being across
I —the Monitor and Merrimac fight suffering When he finally reached
Behrings straits. This may seem
I —resounded through the world and the Sof the steps leading to the law, may make a homestead entry a far-fetched dream by most per
I announced to the British that their front doors, the servant brought of not exceeding one-quarter section sons. but a glance at a “mercator’s
I great steam fleet—the finest in the him a wooden frame resembling a of public land subject to such en projection will convince them that
try, such previous filing or entry to
No. 15—640 auras, 2 1-2 miles from post- I world at that time—was obsolete.
No. 1—310 acres, 3% miles from McMinn
there is nothing improbable in it
ville; finely improved, good buildings; wa office. Price, $15 per acre.
I The great iron fleets of to-day have teach babies to walk This was the contrary notwithstanding; but Starting from New York the trav
ter piped to bouse and barn. Price,$12,000.
been developed from this Monitor put over his head and the ascent
eler can. reach Vancouver, B. C.. by
‘ A man convinced against his will
No. 16- -860 acres, 7 miles from McMinn
I germ. The liquid compass, that was made by placing the frame on sons who perfect title to lands un the Northern or Canadian Pacific, Is of the same opinion still ”
No. 2—210 acres, 3 miles from McMinn
ville; about 50 bead of cattle and horses,
ville; well improved; running water. Price,
This is an impossible condition
besides hogs, goats, farming machinery, I makes it possible to navigate iron the steps and crawling up while laws already initiated. Provided, and lx? fore long American enter-
and steel ships, is the invention of his body was supported by the
of the mind, for no one can be con
etc. Price. $21,000,
I Mr. Ritchie, of Brookline, Mass. arms, the frame being raised as that all settlers upon the public eau, Alaska, whence to Behring’s vinced of one opinion and at the
No. 3—130 acres, 3 miles from McMi in-
land whose claims have been ini straits, it would be extended on the same time hold to an opposite one.
ville; quality of land cannot lie beat in Yam
No. 17—100 acres, 7 miles from McMinn I The world talks of the Krupp gun, each step was reached. XV hen at
tiated prior to the passage of this completion of the Russian road.
hill County; large orchard and buildings ville; very best valley land. Price, $45 |>er yet how few are aware of the fact
What Butler wrote was eminently
the top his crutches were again
good. Price, $7,500.
I that it was only through the inven handed to him, the great double act may change such entries to
“He that complies against his will
tion of the American, Colonel Brad- doors swung upon their hinges, and homestead entries and proceed to awaking to the necessity of a rail
No. 4—80 acres, 2% miles from McMinn
Is of his own opinion still ”
perfect their titles to their respect road across Siberia, and from St
No. 18—348 acres, well improved, water I well, that Herr Krupp was enabled
ville; best quality valley land. Price, $3,200.
in every field, buildings good, orchard. to make his guns effective? Gen. S. I
ive claims under the homestead
A famous passage of Scripture is
No. 5—four 20-acre tracts 2% miles from | Price, $30 per acre.
I stood there in front of that beau law, notwithstanding they may Petersburg to Samarkand, the an often misquoted thus: “He that
McMinnville. Price, $1,000 per tract.
tiful place and commenced to think have heretofore had the benefit of cient capital of Tamerlane, the road is without sin among you, let him
I A., speaking on this subject, says: and “say to myself, says 1.
is in full operating order. East of
No. 6—120 acres, 21-2 miles from McMinn
No. 19—100 acres. 1 mile from i>ostotlice.
“All modern steel guns are of one man is worth millions of money such law, but such settlers who that city further extensions are al cast the first stone.” It should be:
ville; well improved, buildings extra, good Price, $45 per acre.
I or two systems, either the Krupp and I am a poor son-of-a-gun. perfect title to claims under the ready under way. The terminus “Let him first cast a stone.”
orchard, land fully improved. Price, $52.50
Sometimes we are told: “Behold
homestead law shall not thereafter
No. 20-62 acres, 6 miles from McMinn I bolt system or the interrupted There’s my faithful, hard-working be entitled to enter other lands un will most probably be at Vladivo- how great a fire a little matter
is due west of — I’ort-
little wife at home, toasting herself
No. 9—83 acres, 2 1-2 miles from McMinn ville, 1 mile from postoffice. Price, $50 per
Our guns are of the latter system, over the kitchen stove preparing der the pre-emption or homestead land. When this is completed, kindleth,” whereas St. Jamas said:
ville; well improved; finely located, near acre.
which seems to offer the greatest our frugal dinner; there are three
some international agreement be- “Behold how great a matter a little
College. Price, $5,000.
ec . 3. That whenever it shall tween
No. 21—Saw mill, 10 miles from McMinn
the czar’s government and fire kindleth,” which is quite a dif
chubby little urchins with her, and
No. 10—five 10-acre tracts, 2 miles from
I inventions, it is an American one. we are all poor. For their sakes, be made to appear to the register some American railroad kings ferent thing.
McMinnville. Price. $50 per acre.
We also hear that “a miss is as
plete and now working full crew; orders for I So, for that matter, is the Krupp, how I would like to be rich. How and receiver of aDy public land of might then be entered upon, to pro
fice, under such regulations as the vide for the connection to Behring’s good as a mile,” which is not as
No. 11—15 acres, with good house and 300,000 feet of lumber now on hand. Price. or rather what gave Krupp’s inven
I would dress them, how I would
barn, chicken house, etc., fine orchard; 2 1-2 16,000.
tion the practical value. The great feed them, how happy I would secretary of the interior may pre straits, where, according to some sensible or as forcible as the true
miles from McMinnville. Price, 1.700.
I trouble with the Krupp gun was make them 1” Then I thought in scribe, that any settler upon the authorities, the numerous islands proverb: “A miss of an inch is as
good as a mile.”
public domain under existing law
No. 12—170 acres adjoining the town of
No, 50—160 acres, eight miles from Mc the escape of gas at the breech. This
another direction and I says to my is unable by reason of a total or between the two continents permit
“Look before you leap” should
McMinnville; with extra goixl buildings, Minnville; 30 aeres plow land, balance tim was overcome by the aid of the
self: “Well, Mr. Ladd, you may partial destruction or failure of of a series of railroad bridges, so as be “And look before ere you leap.”
large orchard and land of best quality. ber and pasture; 100 acres fenced, small or I ‘‘Bradwell plate,” the invention of
have your great houses and ser
Price. $75 per acre.
chard ; warranty deed. Price, “$900.
Pope is generally credited with
I Colonel Bradwell, an American who vants and carriages; you maj’ have crops, sickness or other unavoidable The greatest difficulties to over
No. 13—555 acres, 10 miles from McMinn
sold Krupp the invention. It con your great acres and herds; you casualty, to secure a support for come are between Vancouver and having written:
, “Immodest words admit of no defense,
ville; 2 houses, 4 barns; this is one of the
himself, herself, or those dependent yiadivostock, but in these days
No. 2, B—Furniture stock and good will sists of a steel plate, with elastic
For want of decency is want of sense,”
best stock farms in the County. Price, of business, invoice price on goods, easy edges, that fits in the breech; and mav have your notes and mort upon him or her upon the lands
triumphant engineering laughs ’at though it would puzzle any one to
gages and stocks and bonds; you
terms ; satisfactory reasons for selling.
the pressure of the gas wedges it mav have your tons of go d and settled upon, then such register and the obstacles of nature.
find the verses in his writings.
No. 14—>40 acres, 11 miles from McMinn
tightly against the sides and pre silver. I’d rather be myself, just
In round numbers the miles of They were written by the Earl of
No. 5. 1» -40 acres line fruit land; seven vents the escape of gas.”
a leave of absence from the claim railroad
ville; this farm has g<Mxl buildings of ail
would be as follows:
as I am, sound of mind and body
Roscommon, who died before Pope
kinds necessary for the farmer and stock miles from McMinnville. Price. $2'» per
The machine gun. that terrible and limb, with six bits in my pock upon which he or she has filed for a
raiser; running water. Price, $18 per acre. acre.
3 5oo was born.
weapon now so important a part of i ets, than to have all your vast peried not exceeding one year at New ork to Vancouver
Franklin said, “Honesty is the
the great European armaments wealth and be compelled to take any one time, and such settlers so Vancouver to liehiing’g straits . .2 000
granted leave of absence shall for Behring s straits to Ural mountains.5..500 l>est policy,” but the maxim is of
of all descriptions an invention of the American, Dr. with it your poor old, paralyzed feit no rights by reason of said ab t ral mountains to Calais. ...... 3 ooo Spanish origin, and may be found
worthless legs.” This man is at
Totttl.......................................... 14,000 in “Don Quixote.”— Philadelphia
the French mitrailleuse is his private desk in the back of his sence. Provided, that the time of
give a very
propor a Gatling;
modification of it, so is the Nor- bank—Ladd * Tilton’s bank be such actual absence shall not be
About half of the above grand
tion of our properties. Should
denfelt. In June, 1883, Nordenfelt longs to XV. S. Ladd; there is no deducted from the actual residence international route has yet to be Recent Change»« at Niagara Falls.
brought suit against Gardner, in Tilton connected with it now from
unt, namely the gap intervening
There have been recently two
S ec . 4. That the price of all sec between \ aneouver and Samark
ventor of the Gardner machine gun, 10 a. 111. to 5 p. m. Every morning
heavy falls of rock at Niagara
for infringement. Gardner showed from 9 to 10 o’clock he is driven
land, but much more than that
that the principles on which the around the town, and is generally public lands within the limits of length has been constructed in this falls. At first a mass of rock fell
Nordenfelt gun was constructed had accompanied by his two little the portions of the several grants of country in one year. About one- from the Horseshoe falls, and twen
long been developed in the Ameri grandchildren. He invariably car land to aid in the construction of sixth of the journey, the Atlantic ty-four hours later another mass
Tlie Home Paper.
Gatling machine gun and Win ries in his hands a number of sheets railroads which have been hereto ocean will always have to be un was precipitated into the abyss be
we will forward
chester rifle, indeed long before of paper, upon which a memoranda
dertaken by steamer, which, in fine
Now that I seem to have drifted
you full des
18< 3, when Nordenfelt got his En of matters to be attended to before forfeited, which were by the act weather, on board the magnificent sembling that of an earthquake as into tnc subject of home pajMire,
glish patent. It may fairly be said entering his office are written. He making such grants, or have since hotels now afloat, is a pleasant
I may as well confess that they arc
that this principle has found its often drives into the country to look been increased to the double mini ,P' . lo'vlng on average siieed borhood. The result of the dis the real point I have been driving
highest development in the autom at his farms and thoroughbred mum price, and, also, of all lands ot 25 miles an hour from New York
at all the time.
Permit me, then,
atic gun of the American, Hiram stock, on which occasions his favor within the limits of any such rail to London the time would be 23 of the fall. Formerly the Canad to continue.
ian portion of the fall could be de
information regarding Maxim, a gun which will fire 600 ite vehicle seems to be a very ordin road grants, but not embraced in days, which, with the ocean trip scribed
I have before me a copy of my
as a horseshoe; but the
such grant lying adjacent to and would enable ene to globe-trot in
shots a minute, the recoil being1
home paper. It is the Geet-
breaking away of rocks in the cen- '
All utilized to load and fire and to keep 1
coterminous with the portions of the
takes his morning drive in an open lines of any such railroad which exactly one month, a feat un ter some years ago made it V- ingsville Gazette, published in the
a stream of water moving about the barouche, and is invariably accom
dreamed of even by Jules Verne,
Wild Cat Valley, down in Hoosier-
barrels for cooling. The dissapear- panied bv a pair of crutches and a shall not be completed at date of when he wrote “Around the World shaped. Now that a further dis dom. I turn to its local side—the
placement has occurred, the fall
ing gun mechanism is also his in body servant, and always drives fine this act, is hereby fixed at $1.50 per m Eighty Days.”
best of our ability
has returned to its old condition. other is furnished by a “ready
vention. The screw propeller, an large horses. The grenter part of acre.
print” house here in Chicago, and 1
Desert Iannis. It is, of course, generally known
S ec . 5. That any homestead set Reclaiming:
invention that makes it possible to his time at the office is taken up in
am not interested in that, even con
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
sink the motive power of a war ship, listening to schemes and proposi
ceding it to be the best part of the
than one quarter section of land forum, is not the first to call atten
within and witrfout, out of range of
paper. Under the heading “Home
Physician & Surgeon.
tions of people who want money,
flying shot, though first tried in He hears nothing, sees nothing, and may enter other and additional tion to the possibility of placing a deep cut in the solid rock marks Happenings,” I find the following:
O k RGON.
British waters, found no favor till knows nothing hut figures, money land lying contiguous to the origi population of 200,000,000 in the i
“Andy Shefflen has put a new
backward movement. It is a won roof
Captain Ericsson came hither. The and interest. He has a very poor nal entry, which shall not, with the great American desert.
Office and residence on 1) street. All
on hie store and laid in a new
calls promptly answered day or night.
revolver, now in universal use, is, pair of legs but a remarkably good land first entered and occupied, ex 1 owell, is a scientific man, has derful excavation, a chasm dug out stock of boots and shoes for the
as everybody knows, the invention head for business. His fortune is ceed in the eggregate 160 acres, drawn up a report on this matter,
DR. J. C. MICHAUX
Not less astonishing has been the winter trade. Andy is a hustler
of Colonel Colt, of Connecticut. We estimated at from $5,000,000 to without proof of residence upon and at the instance of the government,
of the debris. The rock and knows the value of printer’s
cultivation of the origintl entry, and, as the population presses west-
may add to the list the dynamite $10,000,000. His eldest son,
ink. See his locals in this week’s
Practicing Physician and Surgeon
gun, yet in the infancy of its devel M. Ladd, is a chip off the old when the additional entry is made, ward, the great district east of the has been thoroughly pulverized, issue.”
then the patent shall issue without Rocky. Mountains comes more and and has been swept out of the
opment, and the dynamite crusier block.
river, to be distributed in Lake On What, doesn’t interest you? Yes,
proof. Provided, that this section jnore
intended to make up for its short
I know, but as Luther Benson says,
shall not apply to or for the benefit habitation, The first question to tario. Once it was thought that in “let me tell yuh.” Years ago,
Deep (Jas Wells.
comings in point of range, of which
an English authority recently said
The discussion of whether natural making application for entry here be met is, whether these sandy would reach Lake Erie, and there when I was down in that country,
DR. G. H. SMITH.
there was not, probably, a’ ship
wastes can be reclaimed. Major
I was a young fellow then, and so
afloat that would be safe before it. gas can be found below the sea level under, does not own and occupy the Powell says^that they can, and Sen degenerate into a series of rapids. was Andy. Well, we both fell in
lands covered by his original entry. ator Stewart says the same thing.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
The torpedo, now holding so impor
love with the same girl. Andy got
tant a place among war material, list of the few wells which have an And provided, that if the original The evidence exists in Arazona and by one which retains the cataract, the girl and I got left. And}' was a
was first made practicable and ef
store-keeper and could wear a white
Mezico that they can I m ? reclaimed,
fective during the last war; its cous all below the sea level. Indications to patent or should appear to be il and the problem which waits the shadow of its present self, and shirt all the time, and I was a
Burner y a Specialty.
in, the automobile torpedo, of com point strongly toward the Willam legal or fraudulent, the additional guidance of the government and much reduced in size. The latest farm hand, working for eighteen
paratively recent designing, is also ette valley being one of the greatest entry shall not be permitted, or. if the stimulus of individual enter idea is that the falls will recede two dollars a month. But, bless you, I
M c M innville national bank .
gas basins on the globe.
having already been initiated, shall prise at the west is no greater than miles and then remain stationary, soon got over my disappointment
American, though there are several natural
well at Pitts be cancelled.
their height at that point being 80
foreign forms of the satne.-Scienlific burg is 4,618 feet deep,
on that little love affair. And I
that which the English have had to
S fc . 6. That every person entit solve under government control in feet instead of 164 feet, as at pres- ! know the girl has to congratulate
Transacts a Gensml Banking Business.
feet below sea level. The gas well led, under the provisions of the
ent. The supposition is supported
This powder neverlvaries- A marvel of pur
at St. Catharines Can., is 4,000 feet homestead laws, to enter a home India, or than the ancient Egyp by an argument which appears rea herself that she took Andy instead
President .......... . ............ .1. W. COWLS ity. strength and "wholesonieness. More eco
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
deep. The Presque Isle gas well stead, who has heretofore complied tians had to consider when they sonable. The present site is a of
' me. But you can understand
Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN nonueal
sold in competition with multitude of low tes‘ condition of horses arc due to ulcer
limestone foundation, some 80 or 90 how that little item would bring up
Cashier......................... CLARK BRALY short weight alum or phosphate powder , Sol 1 ated and irregular teeth than is developed a small flow of gas at with or who shall hereafter comply
times and start me off on a tour
world. There is no reason why the feet thick, with a shaly foundation. old
only in cans: IJ oyai . B aking P owder C o , 1'G
with the conditions of said laws, irrigation which has been applied
generally supposed. They should
Balls exebanga on Portland, Son Francisco Wall St, N. Y
pleasant retrospection, from
and who shall have made his final to Palestine, Egypt’ Ceylon, India, As the shale is washed away the which I am suddenly brought back
and New York.
be removed with forceps. There is
Interest allowed on time deposits.
no reason to doubt that a horse
by my little boy asking me:
and in former times to Arizona and
Office hours from *J a m to I p m
with ulcerated teeth suffers as in lies the Hudson River rock in the land less than 160 acres and receive Mexico, should not be applied to taka a step backward. But the “Please, papa, help me to do my
the receiver s final receipt therefore, the great sand plains east of the end of the shaly deposit will be numbers?”— Arkansaw Trareler.
tensely from toothache as a I uman
subject. Irregular growth or fract the drill reached nearly 4,300 feet. shall be entitled under said laws to Rock Mountains, and the conviction reached two miles from the present
ures of the enamel on the outer The big gas strike at Kingsville, enter as a personal right and not is growing that some popular action falls, and then the rushing water
It Put Her to Sleep.
North si<ie Third St.
edges make the teeth so rough as Ont., was made at a depth of 3,200 assignable, by legal sub-divisions of controlling this part of the country will have more than it can do to
House. Sign, and Oniaiuciihil Painter Hair cutting in the latest styles. Cutting of to injure the inside of the cheek, feet, and the company holds the the public lands of the United is near at hand. It is said that the wash away the solid precipice over Ex-Preaident Cleveland tells a
ladies’ and children’s hair neatly done.
well at $104,000, and will get that States subject to homestead entry,
which it will be projected. Iron good
story at the expence of his
For a good shave or shampoo give ns a call. sometimes causing ulcers. In other
M c M innville , O regon .
land is more abundant than the wa
cases some of the grinders grow for it. At Thorold, Ont., the drill so much additional land as added ter in this region. This makes the suggests thae it would be a waste wife, says a prominent society lady.
slowly than others and fail to went down to 2,700 feet before gas to the quantity previously so enter water the principal thing of value, of time to attempt to estimate the He was speaking of M rs. Cleveland’s
Ail the Latest Novels more
nerves and her ability to
meet those in the opposite jaw, was struck. At Fort Smith, Ark., ed by him shall not exceed 160 and the land incidental to it. It number of centuries that will elapse splendid
Paper Hanging and
where sea level is reached at about acres. Provided, that in no case
Ix-fore Niagara falls will have found sleep
also compels the taking of the con
Can be Found at The
“Last November,” said he, “when
or imperfect mastication of the food. 600 feet, gas was struck at 2,700 shall patent issue for the land cov trol of the water out of individual their permanent site.
Prompt Attention to Orders from
I wrote my Thanksgiving procla
The remedy is to file the teeth into feet, and the well developed a pres ered by such additional entry until hands so that no monopoly shall be
The Unlucky Trenton.
mation, it was a busy day with me,
the proper shape. Horse dentistry sure of 250 pounds to the square the person making such additional acquired. Much of the water re
The lost man-of-war Trenton, and I was at my desk far into the
is now recognized as an important inch. Near Harrisburg, Pa., are entry shall have actually and in quired for the irrigation of this part
of veterinary practice.— two gas wells, both of which are conformity with the homestead laws of the country has already fallen which was wrecked at Samoa, was night. We were at Oak View and
V. PRICE, Full Stock of Musical Instru branch
3,000 feet deep. At McKeesport, resided upon and cultivated the
American Agriculturist for April.
always considered to be an unlucky Frankie had gone to bed early. I
Pa., there is a very productive well land so additionally entered and into the hands of monopolists; but vessel by the sailors that sailed in was pleased with the proclamation,
ments and Stationery Always
The practice of shipping corpses that is 2,500 feet deep. The most otherwise fully complied with such
her. The first attempt to launch and when I went to my room I
in baggage cars upon first-class successful well at Lucknow, Tenn., laws. Provided also, that this sec not. yet too late to inaugurate a her was on December 30, 1875, but awoke my wife, and asked her if she
Opposite Cook’s Hotel, Third Street,
tickets has become so common and
tion shall not be constructed as af action of the states and territories after two hours’ work the effort would like to hear me read it. ‘Oh
Third Street, McMinnville, Or. is so objectionable in various ways an immense gusher, in Cattaraugus fecting
any rights as to the location
was abandoned. Soon after being yes,’ she said, ‘by all means,’ and J
that many of the railways are anx county, N. Y., is 3,100 feet deep. of soldiers’ certificates heretofore is and of the general government can launched she was put into dock sat down by the bedside and read
McMinnville Baths and
ious to be relieved from this traf When gas was struck in it at that sued under section 2406 of the re
has already appropriated $250,000 l and coppered, and when she was it through. When I finished, Frank
fic, and general passenger agents’ depth, the volume was so great that vised statutes.
continue the surveys which are taken out she was found to leak so ie was fast asleep. I believe she
association has before it for consid
S ec . 7. That the “act to provide necessary preliminaries to the con badly that she had to be redocked, had not heard a word. The next
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.,
Have been pnrcliasee by
eration at its next meeting a resolu pounds, were thrown into the air additional regulations for home
j It was then found that two or three morning, when we were awaiting
AU kinds ot fancy hair cutting and hair
tion that whenever a corpse is offer 300 feet and the derrick utterly stead and pre-emption entries of struction of hydraulic works, and a holes near the sternpost had been the announcement of breakfast, I
dressing done in tbe latest style.
' All kinds of hair dyeing a specialty.
public lands,” approved March 3, will report next December what ‘ carelessly or maliciously bored and took up a morning paper. ‘Here is
E. R. Harrison, Chas Chaney and ed for transportation the person in
Special attention given to Ladies' and
charge shall be referred to the ex-
1879, shall not be construed to for legislation is necessary for the re I left without plugging. A few weeks my Thanksgiving proclamation,
A sponge can always be found bid
. press company doing service on the
the taking of testimony for final clamation of the arid regions.— Bos I later a large piece of the machinery said I, ‘would you like to hear it?
Shaving. 15 cents
I have just put in the fine.<t baths ever in
road and the railway agent shall
within ten days following the
Of Amity, and in now ready to receive
fell from the crane when being ‘Very much ; please read it to me.”
the city, where vou can find hot or cold
decline to receive the body for trans bar. And several 1 “sponges” can day advertised as upon which such ton Herald.
hoisted on board and caused con Then laughed heartily, saying : “I
baths always ready.
I also have the largest and finest stock of
portation.— Railway Age.
final proof shall be made in cases
siderable damage, as it went plung- wish you may catch me reading it
Imported and domestic cigars in the city
the bar.— Norristown Herald.
Tho business will be conducted with the in-
where accident or unavoidable de Pitcher’s Castoria.
i ing through the decks to the bottom to you the second time, when it put
leutiou of pleasing everyone, and we ask a con
tinuance of tbe Public Patronage.
lays have prevented the applicant
you to sleep the first.”
Children Cry for. i of the vessel.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Cattaxla.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
We Notice a Few of Our Properties.
be answered cheerfully
W. H. Logan,
J. B. ROHR.